Experiential Learning

Experiential Learning

Ranking 16th worldwide, the HKUST Aero Team is the highest scoring Asian team among 107 international teams at the 2024 AIAA Design/Build/Fly Competition. This is also the best ever result achieved by the team since they first joined the competition in 2013.
Ranking 16th worldwide, the HKUST Aero Team is the highest scoring Asian team among 107 international teams at the 2024 AIAA Design/Build/Fly Competition. This is also the best ever result achieved by the team since they first joined the competition in 2013. 
Around 80 Form 1 to 3 secondary school students, parents and teachers participated in the Engineering Education and Career Day hosted by the School of Engineering on January 27, 2024 to get inspired by innovations in various engineering disciplines.
Around 80 Form 1 to 3 secondary school students, parents and teachers participated in the Engineering Education and Career Day hosted by the School of Engineering on January 27, 2024 to get inspired by innovations in various engineering disciplines. 
Exciting robot competition took center stage at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Atrium, HKUST on Nov 19-20, 2023. This year marked the first time that the contest was jointly organized by the Robotics Team and RoboMaster Team.
Exciting robot competition took center stage at the Hong Kong Jockey Club Atrium, HKUST on Nov 19-20, 2023. This year marked the first time that the contest was jointly organized by the Robotics Team and RoboMaster Team. 
Promoting Experiential Learning and Cross-Team Collaboration
Participants go into action at a pilot workshop.
Participants go into action at a pilot workshop. 
The HKUST team won in Robocon Hong Kong Contest 2021, marking its 11th championship in the contest.
The HKUST team won in Robocon Hong Kong Contest 2021, marking its 11th championship in the contest. 
Led by Prof. Yeung King Lun (back row, 5th left), the STEAM education project has produced disinfection devices with joint efforts from Lee Hysan Foundation, Carmel Alison Lam Foundation Secondary School, and Lok Sin Tong Yu Kan Hing Secondary School.
Led by Prof. Yeung King Lun (back row, 5th left), the STEAM education project has produced disinfection devices with joint efforts from Lee Hysan Foundation, Carmel Alison Lam Foundation Secondary School, and Lok Sin Tong Yu Kan Hing Secondary School. 
Prof. Andrew Horner (left) and Prof. Terence Wong received the Honorary Mentions for their dedication towards teaching and design of common core courses.
Prof. Andrew Horner (left) and Prof. Terence Wong received the Honorary Mentions for their dedication towards teaching and design of common core courses. 
Prof. Tsui Chi-Ying, Head of HKUST Division of Integrative Systems and Design (third right), Dr. Luisa Mok Sze-Man, Lecturer of HKUST Division of Integrative Systems and Design (second left), Mr. Cyril Aubin, Managing Director of Hong Kong Tramways (third left), Mr. Nixon Cheung, Head of Commercial and Brand of Hong Kong Tramways (first left), and Year 2 students of Integrative Systems and Design Katie Chong (second right) and Jasmine Li (first right)
Prof. Tsui Chi-Ying, Head of HKUST Division of Integrative Systems and Design (third right), Dr. Luisa Mok Sze-Man, Lecturer of HKUST Division of Integrative Systems and Design (second left), Mr. Cyril Aubin, Managing Director of Hong Kong Tramways (third left), Mr. Nixon Cheung, Head of Commercial and Brand of Hong Kong Tramways (first left), and Year 2 students of Integrative Systems and Design Katie Chong (second right) and Jasmine Li (first right) 
Sustain Green Transport
(Back row, from right) Prof. Tim Woo, Director of the Center for Global & Community Engagement, and Associate Professor of Engineering Education; and Dr. Crystal Fok, Chairperson of Robocon 2020 Hong Kong Contest Organizing Committee, and Director of AIR Platform and Precision Engineering, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, together with the leaders (front row, from right) Yiu Cheuk-Tung and Lam Cheuk-Hei as well as members of the HKUST Robocon Team
(Back row, from right) Prof. Tim Woo, Director of the Center for Global & Community Engagement, and Associate Professor of Engineering Education; and Dr. Crystal Fok, Chairperson of Robocon 2020 Hong Kong Contest Organizing Committee, and Director of AIR Platform and Precision Engineering, Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, together with the leaders (front row, from right) Yiu Cheuk-Tung and Lam Cheuk-Hei as well as members of the HKUST Robocon Team